No, it’s not as easy as that. Because if we follow the same part of the Bible where it tells us not to “lie with a man in the same way you would a woman”, we’d also not be allowed to cut the sides of our hair or wear clothing with mixed fabrics. The Old Testament has largely been fulfilled, and all other references that people take to mean homosexuality are either about sexual immorality or sodomy.
Sexual immorality is very broad and very vague. There’s no evidence to support Homosexuality being part of that. In sodom, the people did many evil things. Thinking it means homosexuality is also a massive assumption. It only means that now because of years of assumptions.
In the English language, we didn’t even have a word for homosexuality, even by the 1600s, yet they still used the word Sodomy, because it doesn’t mean the same thing.
Furthermore, Jesus tells Christians to love thy neighbour. He never says “only if they’re straight”. He also says to worry about our own sins (the “log” in your eye) before you criticise others (the “speck in your neighbour’s eye”). He tells us not to judge others and treats everyone with respect. Christians are called to do the same, whether they agree with homosexuality or not. It’s not up to them and they have no right to be openly homophobic — nor do they have any ground to blame the Bible for their views if they understand things like historical context.
That’s why the Pope himself told a gay man that God made him the way he is and God loves him.